Pudukkottai District

  • I am having unused borewell of depth 350 feet and 8inches dia. We left the borewell unused for more than 10 years for less water & drought. And surrounding water table gone up to 500 feet, 600 feet, 700 feet deep. Suddenly we checked the borewell, we came to know that the borewell has water at 2...
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  • Hi All!We are constructing a house in Maravapatu in Pudukotai district. We dug a 500 feet borewell to get water. The salinity of the water is 2000 ppm. We got water from 200 th feet on the second day .When we were diging the borewell, it seemed like there were a lot of rocks present in that surface....
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  • Contaminated water killed 13,000 in last four yearsUttar Pradesh had maximum 3,382 deaths followed by West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh and Odisha, reveals data from the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Diarrhoea claimed most number of lives. Woman slaps AAP MLA over water supply iss...
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  • Pudukottai gets crop insurance scheme to mitigate nature's fury Both the Central and the Tamil Nadu governments have approved the modified national agricultural insurance scheme in all 13 blocks in Pudukottai. Under the scheme, compensation will be provided at revenue-village-level for lo...
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  • Delhi metro stations to conserve rainwater By March 2015, 17 metro stations will have rainwater harvesting system, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation informed the National Green Tribunal (NGT). The NGT had earlier ordered rainwater harvesting system at all metro stations.Meghayaya favours livelih...
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  • HC upholds ban on plastic packaging for junk food in HPVacates stay on Himachal Pradesh government's order banning plastic packaging for 25 junk food items. Directs enforcement of the ban from January 26, 2014.MoEF gives conditional nod to Haryana's nuclear power projectGrants green clearance&n...
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  • Sanitation is a familiar term but is often misunderstood to mean the building and using of toilets but this isn’t true. It covers a whole range of thought and action both pre and post latrine use, which includes cleanliness, personal hygiene and the safe disposal of the urine and faeces. Getting t...
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  • Content courtesy: DevNetJobsIndia M S Swaminathan Research Foundation (MSSRF) has all along been developing and following a pro-nature, pro-poor, pro-women and pro-sustainable on-farm and non-farm livelihoods through appropriate ecotechnology and knowledge empowerment.Description:ICAR project o...
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  • This presentation describes the efforts undertaken by EID parry India Ltd, Pudukkottai, Tamil Nadu for water conservation. For a company that goes back more than two centuries, this sugar manufacturer is remarkably modern, with a fully automated plant and an equally modern conservation ethic.Its vir...
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I am having unused borewell of depth 350 feet and 8inches dia. We left the borewell unused for more than 10 years for less water & drought. And surrounding water table gone up to 500 feet, 600 feet, 700 feet deep. Suddenly we checked the borewell, we came to know that the borewell has water at 200 feet depth.

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Hi All!

We are constructing a house in Maravapatu in Pudukotai district. We dug a 500 feet borewell to get water. The salinity of the water is 2000 ppm. We got water from 200 th feet on the second day .When we were diging the borewell, it seemed like there were a lot of rocks present in that surface.

I would like to know the following:

1. Whether we will get sufficient water for our household purposes throughout the year from this borewell?

2. What are the techniques that we can do to preserve and increase, maintain the ground water level?

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Contaminated water killed 13,000 in last four years

Uttar Pradesh had maximum 3,382 deaths followed by West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh and Odisha, reveals data from the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Diarrhoea claimed most number of lives. 

Woman slaps AAP MLA over water supply issue in Delhi

Policy matters this week: Crop scheme for Pudukottai gets govt. approval; Delhi govt. plans to revive defunct RWH system in schools; NGT orders vigil against illegal coastal sand mining.

Pudukottai gets crop insurance scheme to mitigate nature's fury

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Delhi metro stations to conserve rainwater 

By March 2015, 17 metro stations will have rainwater harvesting system, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation informed the National Green Tribunal (NGT). The NGT had earlier ordered rainwater harvesting system at all metro stations.

Meghayaya favours livelihood over sand mining ban

HC upholds ban on plastic packaging for junk food in HP

Vacates stay on Himachal Pradesh government's order banning plastic packaging for 25 junk food items. Directs enforcement of the ban from January 26, 2014.

MoEF gives conditional nod to Haryana's nuclear power project

The Water and Sanitation Promoter believes that there is a spirit of ownership among villagers that can be tapped into by someone within their own community.

Sanitation is a familiar term but is often misunderstood to mean the building and using of toilets but this isn’t true. It covers a whole range of thought and action both pre and post latrine use, which includes cleanliness, personal hygiene and the safe disposal of the urine and faeces. Getting this message across in rural areas where open defecation and overall lack of hygiene is widespread is really important to tackling this problem.

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Content courtesy: DevNetJobsIndia

MSSRF 

M S Swaminathan Research Foundation (MSSRF) has all along been developing and following a pro-nature, pro-poor, pro-women and pro-sustainable on-farm and non-farm livelihoods through appropriate ecotechnology and knowledge empowerment.

December 20, 2011 12:00AM

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The company make efforts to become environmental friendly by reusing the byproducts produced and looking for water and energy efficient technologies in the international market

This presentation describes the efforts undertaken by EID parry India Ltd, Pudukkottai, Tamil Nadu for water conservation. For a company that goes back more than two centuries, this sugar manufacturer is remarkably modern, with a fully automated plant and an equally modern conservation ethic.

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